How to Create and Maintain an Effective Beading Blog

Add value to your jewelry business with strategic tips for using Blogger! Join Lorelei Eurto for her web seminar that details important steps for using Blogger to jump-start your jewelry brand.
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Join jewelry artist and author, Lorelei Eurto for her web seminar dedicated to using Blogger, a popular online blogging site. Keeping a blog isn't just an online journal of sorts, but rather an experience to connect to the online jewelry community. Lorelei will walk you through each step in setting up an account, arranging the layout, and customizing the blog to be cohesive with your jewelry brand.

In this web seminar you'll learn:

  • What kind of content and information to share on your blog.
  • How often to post for maximum effectiveness.
  • How to drive traffic and maintain the audiences you do get.
  • Important blogging etiquette.
  • How to use your Blog as a selling tool.
  • And much more!

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:

Lorelei Eurto has been creating jewelry since 2007 and has been continually working hard to build her handmade jewelry business by selling online and locally in Upstate NY, for the past 6 years. As a seasoned veteran of the Craft Show phenomena, she has many great tips and tricks for those of you thinking about Craft Show selling. Learn more about her adventures at www.LoreleiEurtoJewelry.com and purchase her finished designs at her Etsy Shop www.LoreleiEurtoJewelry.etsy.com

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SKU EP12705
Author/Speaker/Editor Lorelei Eurto
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